Football on US TV this Weekend

By on September 25, 2009


Arsenal Station has compiled this weekend’s slate of matches that are available on American television. We will be getting 9 of 10 Premier League matches including six live matches and three on tape-delay. We also get Barca and Madrid as well as both Milan sides, Juve and German champions, VFL Wolfsburg. Here’s the complete schedule (all matches LIVE unless otherwise noted):

Saturday, 26 September

7:45am   Portsmouth v Everton    ESPN2

9:30am   Wolfsburg v Hannover   ESPN Deportes

10am        Stoke City v Man Utd      SET (also available on Setanta-i Broadband)

10am        Liverpool v Hull City      FSC

12pm        Real Madrid v Tenerife   ESPN Deportes

12:15pm  Fulham v Arsenal            FSC

2pm           Malaga v Barcelona        ESPN Deportes

2:45pm    Livorno v Fiorentina     FSC

5:00pm   Wigan v Chelsea                SET (delay)

5:00pm   Sampdoria v Inter           FSC (delay)

7:00pm   Tottenham v Burnley     FSC (delay)

Sunday, 27 September

6:00am   Blackburn v Aston Villa  SET (delay)

9am          Juventus v Bologna           FSC

9:30am   Freiburg v Borussia Mo.  ESPN Deportes

11am        Sunderland v Wolves        FSC

1pm          Real Zaragoza v Getafe     ESPN Deportes

2:45pm   AC Milan v Bari                    FSC

Monday, 28 September

2:45pm   Man City v West Ham        ESPN2



  1. Marco

    September 25, 2009 at 11:21 pm

    I’m a gooner in the US on business and can’t seem to find FSC on teh hotel channel listings. Is it a normal TV channel or is it a cable channel or something? If there are any gooners in San Fran I’d like to know where I can go to watch the match tomorrow?

  2. ArsenalStation

    September 25, 2009 at 11:27 pm

    FSC is Fox Soccer Channel. It is a cable channel and not a basic cable channel in alot of places. It is Channel 401 in San Francisco on Comcast.

    In San Francisco, you can watch the Arsenal with the Bay Area Gooners at Maggie McGarry’s pub.

    For more info:

    Thanks for reading, Marco!!!

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